The Impact Of Typhoon ‘Pablo’ On Domestic Economy, Minimal – NEDA

National Economic and Development Authority (NEDA) Director General, Arsenio Balisacan stressed that the impact of typhoon ‘Pablo’ on the domestic economy will be only minimal, at about 0.3 percent of GDP amounting to P32 billion.

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Philippine Third Quarter GDP Growth Of More Than Seven Percent Unexpected

The third quarter economic growth with gross national product (GDP) of 7.1 percent has surprised even those in government, a Palace official noted, saying that historically this period ‘is always the slowest’ in terms of output.

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OFW Families Dependent On Remittances Have Now Learned To Save

Filipino households that depend on remittances from loved ones abroad are getting into the habit of saving, according to a recent Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) survey.

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